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this morning on the kron 4 morning news. alarming new details about a north bay cub scout leader arrested for sex crimes with a child. more large aftershocks in chile. and the bay area. dealing with a quake of our own! and a block of businesses goes up in flames in sacramento. was this fire set on purpose? the kron 4 morning news starts right now. it is friday, april 4th. i'm mark danon.
a cub scout leader in santa rosa is under arrest -- accused of sex crimes against a child. franklin lee was a part of sebastopol's cub scout pack 128. heavier rain cemetery under moderate rain so keep that in mind. if you're out across the cemetery bridge is still looking at dry conditions down in the south bay for the most part this cloudy skies. it's really in your house in downtown san jose. looks like the brain is actually moving from the southwest. he considers it a little rotation that's really not going to last long. i think this is mainly a morning event. take a look at futurecast. st
partly cloudy conditions by later in the day. here to look ditcher 7 day around the bay forecast. really not looking at the potential for any wet weather. temperatures will continue to rise. take a look at the weekend. by sunday looks like will be in the '80s. as ahead into next week. more details on that coming up in a moment. pretty easy ride right now as you make your way out of oakland and san francisco. san mateo bridge looking good. drive time 12 to 13 minutes. we do have had their rain at the 10192 interchange.
>>: police say the victim was *not in that cub scout pack. kron-4's jeff bush spoke to a neighbor. franklin lee is currently in custody, here, at the sonoma county jail and is being held on one million dollars bail. he is charged with numerous sex crimes against minors including lewd and lacivious acts with a minor under 14, sodomy, and other charges we can't mention on air. earlier in the day i went to lee's residence and spoke with a neighbor who was shocked to hear the news. franklin lee's house has children's shoes out front, pictures of dinosaurs and
i was very surprised by the news. franklin has done a lot of good things for the community in his work with the disabled and the scouts and this is creepy, i know. deborah says two disabled children live in the house with lee and a woman. the shoes and toys in front of the house belong to those boys. deborah says the couple hosted two other foster children years ago. he wanted to be a father. he wanted to be a family man and he adopted some boys from foster care and he had previously had another set of us knew. hoss deborah says the victim in this case is one of the boys from the previous group of foster children.
i knew him when he was here. i didn't know this was going on. if there was anything i could do to help i would have but i didn't know and it's very freaky to find this out after all these years. the boy scouts of america say they fired lee on wednesday as soon as they found out about the charges against him. lee's next date in court is on the 24th. i'm jeff bush at the sonoma county jail in santa rosa, kron four news. no sizable aftershocks yet. following a magnitude 3- point-6 earthquake that hit only 10 miles north of napa last night. it happened just after nine o'clock, closer to yountville. witnesses say they felt minor shaking for just a few seconds. no reports of any damage or injuries from the earthquake. there were a couple of 5- point-2 magnitude aftershocks in chile this morning. and a 6-point-1 last night. the military is keeping order as people line up for supplies. repeated aftershocks have shaken buildings and sent
people running into the streets in the largest city closest to the epicenter. tuesday's 8-point-2 magnitude quake left six people dead. new information on the shooter at fort hood. officials say specialist ivan lopez saw a psychiatrist last month, but showed no sign of any likely violence to himself or others. now.authorities say there is a strong possibility lopez had an argument with at least one soldier right before wednesday's shooting. lopez killed three people at fort hood. and wounded 16 others
investigators are continuing to look into lopez's psychological background. officials say he never saw combat during a deployment to iraq. vallejo police say, they have closed a murder case which is almost a year old -- after the arrest of a suspect in another country! the suspect -- william cordoba -- arrested in lima, peru. he is accused of shooting 27-year-old jimmy richardson. several times on the sidewalk near borges lane and evelyn circle, in the early morning of february 4th of last year.
vallejo police and the u-s marshals service. tracked cordoba to peru, where he was arrested late last month. extradition proceedings are still pending. police in brentwood. talking to parents at edna hill middle school to help them explain to their children. that online activity has some very serious -- and *real -- consequences. the talks covered allegations of online bullying, access to websites and sexting -- all due to a recent student sexting scandal there. kron-4's philippe djegal has more. pen and paper in hand.
most parents who sat down and listened to a brentwood police detective talk about the dangers of social media, cellphones and sexting. took notes the old fashioned way. which was part of the point of this meeting. police sat times are changing and kids may have the upper hands over their parents on new technology. students have traded pens and paper for smartphones and tablets. and police, say parents need to keep up. police say parents should "friend" their kids on facebook and monitor their online activity. in fact, police say more and more teens are abandoning facebook for other social media like
like last month's sexting scandal. when police say a middle school boy in contra costa explicit photos of a girl to force her into sex acts. later this month, the brentwood unified school district will hold another forum on surviving social media. both parents and students are encouraged to attend that meeting. in brentwood, philippe djegal, kron four news.
. despite several recent storms, california is still facing drought conditions. and experts say the time for any more real rainfall this season has just about run out. kron 4's charles clifford has a look at the current situation. california's rainy season usually peaks around april 1st so if history is any guide rain and snow storms will start becoming few and far between from now until next fall. unfortunately, the moisture we did get wasn't enough to reverse the dry conditions. thursday morning the u.s. drought monitor released this new map showing that 99 percent of california is still dealing with drought.
23 percent of the state.. seen here in dark red... is facing exceptional drought. here in the bay area, every county has either extreme or exceptionally dry conditions. across california, the state's reservoirs are only holding about 63 percent of the water they normally have at this time of year. across the sierra, california's snowpack remains one of the smallest in recorded history. this is a chart put together by the department of water resources that compares the current snowpack to previous
years. the black line... here.. is upheld the historic average, the red line represents the snowpack from the winter of 1976-77, when there was a very small snowpack... the pink line is this year and as of today.. california's snowpack is equal to or just barley bigger than the record low. in the newsroom, charles clifford kron 4 news. here's a closer look of those afternoon highs for today antioch getting a high of 6463 degrees in oakland. i think will be a touch cooler in the south bay and santa rosa checking in at 61. we're still cooler than average. we are talking about mid 80s inland as we
head into early next week. more details on that coming up in just a moment. quickly looking at traffic around the bay area. really nothing to slow you down. here's a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza you can see the car streaming in. we do have some areas of bonding to the rain so certainly keep that in mind as a worker went to the city. here's a live look at the san mateo bridge. the chp has no track advisory is in effect. taking a look of a rich and san rafael bridge. no issues or delays for e-shore freeway and was about 24 it clear shot through the caldecott tunnel and towards the macarthur
part of a 20-person support team made up of urban search and rescue team members from across the country. right now, 30 people are dead and 17 remain missing from the march 22 mudslide in oso. crews searching for the missing malaysia airlines jetliner have started their underwater search for the plane's black boxes. the plane's data recorders emit a ping that searchers are hoping a u-s navy ping locator will pick up. in just a few days, the battery-operated data recorders are expected to
stop transmitting those pings. the head of the u-s government agency that secretly created a "cuban twitter" communications network is expected to testify before congress next week. perthe congressional hearing could resolve key questions around the program, including whether the obama administration adequately informed lawmakers about it. the program aimed first to build a cuban audience, mostly young people, before pushing them toward dissent. we are waiting for the monthly jobs report this experts predict that employers added 195- thousand jobs for the month of march.
that would mean, the jobless rate dropped one percentage point, from six- point-seven to six-point-six percent. we'll bring you the numbers when the are released at 5:30. another key figure in the federal corruption investigation. has made bail. political consultant - keith jackson is out on bond. prosecutors argued against the judge's decision. due to the serious nature of the allegations against jackson: conspiring with state senator leland yee to trade political favors for cash and traffic in guns. but jackson's attorney says there is no risk because none of that is true. on tuesday with yee, raymond chow and more than 20 others. for formal charging in the grand jury indictment. in bay area news:
oakland will be busy place tonight. the a's play the mariners. and the warriors play the kings -- both games just after seven o'clock. last night tool a few extra innings. but coco crisp was finally able to put the mariners away. crisp, who scored the tying run with two outs in the eighth inning, hit a towering home run off noesi. the ball landed just above the out-of-town scoreboard in right field. it's the sixth game-ending hit of crisp's career. yoenis cespedes and sam fuld also drove in runs for oakland, which rallied from two runs down for its first walkoff win of the season. sandrew pomeranz, the fifth a's pitcher of the night, worked one scoreless inning for the win. angel pagan hit a three-run home run in san francisco's five-run eighth inning and the giants rallied to beat arizona 8-5 on thursday in a game that was halted briefly in the top of the first due to a swarm of bees in the outfield. the giants teed off on reliever will harris in the eighth to take three of four games from the diamondbacks.
brandon belt hit his third home run of the series and brandon hicks had a pinch- hit solo shot for the giants. joe pavelski and logan couture scored second- period goals and the sharks clinched home-ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs by beating the los angeles kings 2-1. antti niemi made 26 saves and the sharks overcame a first-period deficit to move within a point of anaheim for first place in the pacific division. while the official announcement won't be made until tomorrow. basketball insiders say former warrior mitch richmond will join alonzo mourning as this year's inductees in to the hall of fame. richmond was one of the nba's premier shooting guard in the 1990s. he won the 1988-89 nba rookie of the year award as a member of the golden state warriors and made six
all-star teams. on this year's short list but not making the cut richmond's former warrior teammate tim hardaway and long-time phoenix sun kevin johnson. hardaway tweeted yesterday that he fell short of the required votes. the sacramento fire department is staying on the scene of this huge fire this morning.
it ripped through a commercial building in midtown sacramento last night. and investigators believe it is suspicious. the warehouse stores exotic cars. and those may have contributed to the heavy flames. 85-firefighters went to could not stop the fire from damaging two nearby businesses and a house. at this point, no injuries have been reported. a violent home invasion rattles an east bay neighborhood. san leandro police are searching for two men who tied up. blindfolded and pepper-sprayed one victim.
police say two men forced donovan drive on wednesday afternoon. one had a gun. the men tied up the homeowner and ransacked the if says she just moved her family to the usually quiet his neighborhood. police say, at this point, they don't know why this happened. because nothing was stolen from the home. there have been a total of three home invasion robberies in the city of san leandro this year. two of the cases happened back in january. san leandro police say, they do not see a connection between the three robberies. in all of last year, there 5 -home invasion robberies reported. a woman caught in crossfire outside a san francisco super market is recovering.
they're pretty large skillet and drain is covering the entire bridge area. take a look here at the cemetery bridge the bay bridge and san francisco erica caught out a striking that rain as it makes its way towards the east bay. as resume in here all storm tracker 4 to get a better idea. take a look at
the east bay. some areas of born with just a few dots. we're talking about ran a lot heavier than expected. heavier rain runoff berkeley fremont oakland and even as far south as alameda. turning attention the heavier rain definitely on the way. as for the peninsula is like is starting to clear out of it. take a look and san carlos st. redwood city down in the south bay still mostly dry and san jose to give up a few lights bring coast. the have been the weather pictures it could be no bargain as a kron4 dot com.
the course in a few slow showers and this the right now. the lead with unsettled weather and the forecast but the possibility of an isolated showers even into the afternoon. expect clearing conditions by about three today with a low to mid 60s in the south bay. santa clara today a 64 i think we will see similar temperatures in the east bay as well. temperatures and the upper seventies around the bay and all '70s for the
coast. more details on the developing forecast coming up in just a couple of minutes. right now taking a look at the ropes. all was well at the bay bridge toll plaza. a little slick out there so keep that in mind as you work your way from oakland in two san francisco. san mateo bridge drive time holding steady at 12 to 13 minutes. last but not least i want to turn some attention to the richmond san rafael bridge. rain coming down pretty heavy. i did check with the chp and no accidents to report. she was walking outside of pacific supermarket on alemany boulevard.
police say she was shot in the leg. after one man tried to shoot another man. police say one gunman took off in a silver s-u-v. the other was in a teal two- door hatchback. the woman was taken to a hospital and is expected to be okay. victims from 2009 and 2014 share a common bond in the wake of the shootings at fort hood. their task moving forward, coming up. there were *two police shootings in the same day in fairfield. the first -- yesterday fan
afternoon behind the walmart. a federal task force found a man at the store who was wanted for attempted murder. they say he was armed, and a member of the task force shot him. then, a half-hour later, fairfield officers found another man wanted for attempted murder. in the same general area. and shot him. the officers were not injured.
a homeless man who already was in custody for assaulting officers is now also being charged for stabbing a man to death earlier this year. police say ryan goodson is a murderer. that he stabbed jason rosario to death on south market street on february 6th. goodson was already in santa clara county jail during the time of the arrest. for assaulting palo alto officers.
he has pleaded guilty to the assault charges. police say, the assault happened less than 15-hours after the deadly stabbing. more now on a story we brought you yesterday morning: a man is gunned down in the street, in east san jose, as he tried to move his car for street sweepers. police think someone ina ace passing car shot 27 year old eric mendoza. near the corner of lanai avenue and denali way. mendoza's uncle believes his nephew was killed by gang members because his nephew's car is red -- a color associated with the norteno street gang.
police say, they have no motive or suspects. and could not confirm whether the city's 11-th killing so far this year. is in fact gang- related. as investigators try to figure out a motive behind this week's shooting at fort hood, andrew spencer reports the families of the victims and the survivors are trying to figure out a way to move forward. still ahead. microsoft bestows the title of "security researcher" on a five-year-old california kid after he hacked into the x-box gaming system. we'll introduce you to the
wonderboy. and tell you how he did it. plus -- we go behind the scenes for a superhero's return. and a movie that was shelved for *years that is finally seeing the light of day. and a little later -- the hail storm so damaging, it *blew out car windows! hitting theaters today: the return of captain america. and a halle barry film gets resurrected and released. thea andrews and kevin frazier from "the insider" talk to the stars.
it's an action movie that pulls out all the stops! and sebastian stan quickly realized this whole, action star thing is quite the challenge i gained and appreciation for these action movies these action stars like jason stathem, and tom cruise, listen it's not easy what they do. listen you either look good caring a weapon or you don't, at the end of the day. training to be a super hero isn't just a for the boys, costar scarlett johansson put in her fair share of work scarlett johannsen: my trainer is just a big dude, and we do the circuit training, and i just do it
with him, but with lighter weights, but we basically do the same workout. even with all that hard work, the blonde bombshell still can't deny one of her favorite foods of course when you are working out that much and getting up that early, you're working those long hours, a cookie is going to make it around this area. just let it happen eat the cookie, do the squats! scarlett isn't the only one showing off some curves; halle berry leaves little to the imagination as a go go dancer in frankie & alice halle berry: i had a really good choreographer, and i had just given birth, it was 4 months after, and i wasn't quite ready for that, but i had to do it, so i did my best. and her best was enough. berry already received a
golden globe for her performance; since the movie's original release was slated for 2010. because that initially happen, that's why this day, when it hits the street is more important to me. i thought it was going to die this terrible death, but now it has this life again, and that means a lot. and a reminder, you can get all your entertainment news here on kron-4. the insider starts at 7:00, followed by entertainment tonight at 7:30.
this comes on the heels of jew serving nearly 5 years in federal prison after being convicted of extortion and bribery. horsehead jew's lawyers tried to argue that his federal time served should be credited to his state sentence, but a judge ruled that separate crimes deserved separate sentences. there is still the possibility that jew could be allowed to serve home detention. the judge will make that determination at a hearing
southbound 68 at the montague expressway. over at the bay bridge this morning traffic is increasing. the meter and actors the loss. never at the san mateo bridge despite the rain drive time to adjust well to 13 minutes. very light conditions and of cash payment lanes in both fasttrack and lanes. as the ticket over to the traffic maps. still seeing top speeds for your ride out of
tracy. >>:noon funeral for u.s. marine was killed by an allegedly drunk driver while riding his motorcycle in fremont on march 24. note: the funeral is set for friday. this weekend.officials are holding a gun buyback in san francisco's visitacion valley neighborhood. on saturday between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m., participants can drop off guns for cash at the grocery outlet on
bayshore boulevard. participants must arrive with unloaded guns in the trunk of a car. guns in working condition will get 100-dollars. assault weapons can be returned for up to 200- dollars. each car that comes through can drop up up to five guns. participants anonymous and there will be no questions asked. police arrested a woman for stealing diamonds and swapping them for fake gemstones. san mateo police arrested angela walker monday for commercial burglary. if walker entered the galati jewelers in san mateo last week and looked at several diamonds and rings. when the salesperson went to
the back to the store, walker stole solitare ring. walker then bumped the hand of the saleswoman, causing a loose diamond to fall onto the counter. she then switched the real diamond with a cubic zirconia of matching size. the salesperson realized the diamonds were switched after walker left. this for but knew walker would come back since she told her. walker returned to the shop and viewed more diamonds earlier this week and attemtped to sell a stolen necklace. police arrested. her.pic in link below a stolen charm bracelet is now back with its owner. a couple decades after it was data usage taken. yesthe charms were discovered during a recent traffic stop. redwood city police say lots of unique jewlery was in the car. the people inside could not prove it was theirs, or tell police where it came from. investigators were able to
give the bracelet to its rightful owner. some 20- years after it was stolen from a home in san jose. mozilla's c-e-o is stepping down after protests over his support of a gay marriage ban in california. mozilla co-founder brendan eich is under fire. because of a controversial donation to support the prop 8 campaign. eich gave one- thousand dollars to the campaign in 2008. mozilla is the mountain- view based company behind the firefox web browser. a mozilla spokesperson apologized for the company in an open letter online, saying mozilla believes in equality and freedom of speech. in los angeles, parents who lost children to prescription drug abuse are protesting the f-d-a's
this morning on the kron 4 morning news. alarming new details about a north bay cub scout leader arrested for sex crimes with a child. more large aftershocks in chile. and the bay area. dealing with a quake of our own! and a block of businesses goes up in flames in sacramento. was this fire set on purpose? the kron 4 morning news
a cub scout leader in santa rosa is under arrest -- accused of sex crimes against a child. franklin lee was a part of sebastopol's cub scout pack 128. police say the victim was *not in that cub scout pack. kron-4's jeff bush spoke to a neighbor. franklin lee is currently in custody, here, at the sonoma county jail and is being held on one million dollars bail. he is charged with numerous sex crimes against minors including lewd and lacivious acts with a minor under 14, sodomy, and other charges we can't mention on air.
earlier in the day i went to lee's residence and spoke shocked to hear the news. franklin lee's house has children's shoes out front, pictures of dinosaurs and other items associated with small children. his neighbor, deborah, says she thought he was interested in helping young people, but, when she heard of his arrest on the 28th, her opinion changed. as well happening today
funeral be held for marine lance cpl. andrew silva. he was sitting killed by drunk driver last week in fremont. >>darya: just sent a kron4. police are trying to identify the suspect who shot and injured a man in antioch. officers received a call around 11 last night about someone being shot at east sixth street. when they
>>erica: for focusing our attention on the peninsula we will try out for places like redwood city. it looks like caviar rain now making its way to the south bay to keep that in mind if you just leaving the house. satellite and radar shows the direction the storm is moving and not only are we seeing moderate rain as the bay area is but a few snow showers in this year's death. clouded conditions and the chance for an isolated showers us who really continue for the rest of the day. but looks like it will be spotty for we will see more rain in higher elevations. keep that in mind for the hills. partial clearing for everyone else. i think we will see mid-60s down and the aldon valley. over to the east bay mostly
sunny skies later on today. fairfield 64365 walnut creek. upper 50s along the coastline and it looks like oakland checking it with a high of 63. your 7 day around the bay forecast shows warmer weather this weekend is want to feel like springtime. pass that monday through wednesday looking at the possibility of an outfit 80s and lent upper seventies inside the bay and los '70s and five the coast. the time now is 517 here is george. >>george: erica look at a pretty good ride around the bay area no accident so far created big traffic delays are back up your ride to the bay bridge this morning looks from the macarthur maze there are no delays as you had westbound traffic on interstate 580 or 80 even north bound. offer you look great heading to the bridge this morning. drive times running about nine minutes from the macarthur maze
even. over at the san mateo bridge and easier trip had an offer from foster city. no delays at the golden gate bridge and the richness san rafael bridge also smooth traffic here but it seems to be the case more white than the other toll plazas. but take a look at your drive times. as we look first at 2 e-shore freeway. 12 minutes hercules to berkeley know the ways this morning. south bay traffic looks good at the end to drop to of minute drive up towards the montague expressway. and if you're driving through the north bay when aulos out about it would be an easy trip from a bottle to the golden gate bridge running at about 23 to 24 minutes. >>:no reports of any damage or kit *real --
consequences. pen and paper in hand. force will be heading to missing malaysia airlines- jet crews searching for the missing malaysia airlines jetliner have started their underwater search for the plane's black boxes. the plane's data recorders emit a ping that searchers are hoping a u-s navy ping locator will pick up. in just a few days, the battery-operated data recorders are expected to stop transmitting those
pings. the head of the u-s government agency that secretly created a "cuban twitter" communications network is expected to testify before congress next week. the congressional hearing could resolve key questions around the program, including whether the obama administration adequately informed lawmakers about it. to members of menlo park's urban search and rescue task force will be heading to
washington today to help with mud slide search efforts. the two members, division chief frank fraone and rob patterson are deploying as part of a 20 percent support team made up of the urban search and rescue team members from across the country. right now, 30 people are dead and 17 remain missing from the march 22nd of a slide in -- mudslide in osos. . a bill striving to protect homeowners from retribution if they reduce water usage for landscaping. if passed the assembly thursday 71 to one without the debate. the bill's author says the association's have been
forcing their members to maintain lush loss despite existing laws of that seek to protect homeowners. -- laws. the bill aims to reduce loopholes that are being used by the associations. >>mark: more than 1.2 million californians and rolled and private insurance plans by the initial deadline this week. covered california released preliminary figures that nearly met the obama administration's original target of 1.3 million. covered california has since extended the deadline for two weeks for applicants who said the attempted to start the process before midnight monday but were waylaid by technical problems. despite the sides as many as 4.5 million californians remain uninsured. women who take fertility drugs to not increase their risk of getting breast cancer. researchers found those expected to fertility-
as those exposed to fertility drugs were no more likely to develop breast cancer than those who didn't take the treatment. researchers analyzed nearly 10,000 women who were exposed to different kinds of fertility drugs. among them 749 women develop breast cancer, authorities said the black market for marijuana is alive and well in colorado, despite being the first day to legalize recreational cells of the drug. recent drug busts and violence have raised concerns among police prosecutors and pot advocates. they worry that because possession of to announce his legal and held in colorado illegal dealers and sellers think there was an honorable to prosecution. advocates the legalization needs more time to unfold before black market cells will dissipate. many people in northern chile are still without water park. this after a
magnet to 8.2 earthquake that shook the area wednesday. more than 2500 homes were damaged. ask a 7.6 magnitude aftershock struck the region late wednesday. the aftershock damage supply systems with about half of the region's urban area and the dark. 80 percent of the city's parker was affected and the supply of drinking water was almost completely disrupted. police and pakistan have stunned just about everyone by resting in booking a nine month old baby. little moosa khan was even fingerprinted. authorities in the community called "muslim tow " say he was throwing stones at police officers during a raid. he was booked for his " involvement in an assassination plot " against police. the baby is out on bail. fortunately, the media attention is causing some fire officials to at least take a second look. police
what wall street this morning stocks are on track for their best weekly gains in weeks. here's a look at the closing numbers from yesterday. the dow fell half a point the nasdaq dropped 39 points in the recipe 500 was down two. after closing at an all-time high on wednesday. >>:mozilla's ceo is stepping down after protests over his support of gay marriage ban in california. mozilla co- founder brenden eich is
under fire because of a controversial the nation to support the prop 8 campaign. eich gave $1,000 to the campaign in 2008. mozilla is the mountain view based company behind the fire fox web browser. a mozilla spoke first apologize for the company in an open letter online samyin g mozilla believes in equality and freedom of speech. the georgia restaurant that left the reputation of polythene in shambles pass-- paula deen in shamble has closed. uncle bubba's
seafood and oyster house announced disclosure of the of facebook. deen owned a restaurant with her brother bubba hiers. former restaurant manager lisa jackson sued them both in 2012 alleging sexual harassment employment practices that were unfair to black workers. the lawsuit was dismissed after lawyers reached a dealdeen's reputation however was seriously damaged after she admitted during legal proceedings that she had used racial slurs in the past.
>> welcome back. we are tracking the storm. lane is moving through. >> as we take a closer look you concede that the clear band of rain is pushing his way into the east. the rain started to lighten up a bit in the north but as with so men on where it is currently heaviest for most of us we have been dry the we are dealing with heavy rain closer to milpitas. the darker area of yellow even orange. keep that in mind that rainfall is falling at about a quarter of an inch an hour. the green means
that is not as intense but you will still need to use your windshield wipers. focusing on the east, heaviest rain is in walnut creek in concord. it is stretching over to portions of highway 4. here on the peninsula it is a dry breaks for san carlos and redwood city. heavy rain around burlingame. san francisco started to see breaks. light rain over ocean beach and the religious depends on where you are located. >>it depends on where you are located. >> woman weather is on the way and you could take a look at the extended forecast. springlike conditions for saturday and sunday. we have 80s in the forecast for next week. i will track which need to know in the seven day around the bay coming up.
>> it is a pretty quiet ride and we're not tracking any hot spots. the chp had a few minor incidents but nothing to slow your ride. take a look at the bay bridge, your quick commute check shows light traffic for most of the freeways and a little slowing for interstate 5 a. we're problem free coming in from the macarthur mayes. >> new this morning. a hospital administration building catches fire in oakland. mike pelton is their right now to tell us about it. >> the fire department stated that this fire is suspicious. the fire was sparked about 3:00 a.m. and oakland fire crews arrived and the climb up the back of the building. this is a two- story home that was converted into office
building owned by children's hospital oakland. no one was inside the they stated that it is suspicious because they believe it's started of the outside of the building. is credited to the attic. they stated that it costs zero hundred and $50,000 worth of damage. >> this fire was very extensive. we have a lot of ceilings that we have the pull down. >> this morning a handful of residents is from children's hospital were here on the scene. that may have to relocate these four people because it would not open up today. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. >> a violent home invasion rattles and east bay neighborhood. san leandro
police are searching for two men who tied up, blindfolded and pepper sprayed one victim. police said the two men forced their way into a home. one had a gun. the men tied up a homeowner and ransacked the home. >> police say, at this point, they're not sure why this happened because nothing was taken. >> there have been a total of three home invasion robberies in the city of san leandro this year. to the case happened in january. san leandro police say, they do not see a connection between the robberies. >> there were two police shootings and the same day fairfield. the first, yesterday after no behind the wal-mart. a federal task force found a man at the store who was wanted for attempted murder. they say
that markell davis was arms, and a member of the task force shot him. then, a half-hour later, fairfield officers of another man, cory davis wanted for attempted murder. in the same general area and they shot him. the officers were not injured. the conditions of both of these people who are relatives are unknown at this time. >> this week officials are now holding a gun buyback in san francisco's visitacion valley neighborhood. on saturday between 9:00 a.m. ticketand 2:00 p.m., participans can drop off their guns for cash. participants must arise with of loaded guns in the trunk of their car. guns
and working conditions will get $100. assault weapons can be returned for up to $200. each car that comes off up to five guns. >> police arrested a woman for stealing and diamonds and swapping them for fake gemstones. san mattel police arrested angela walker and monday for commercial burglary. walker entered the galati jewelers in san mattel last week and looked at several diamond rings. when the sales person went to the back of the store, walker stole eight solitaire ring. walker then bumped the hand of the saleswoman, causing a loose diamonds to fall onto the counter. she this was the real diamond with a cubits a korea of matching size. the
saleswoman came back and realize that the diamonds were switched. walker did return to the shop and you more of them earlier this week an attempted to sell a stolen necklace, police arrested her. >> vigils are planned today outside of a congressional office across the country by activists who want a tax on wall street transactions. the so-called robin hood tax would levy half a percent on stock market trades. the group is also calling for what they say is economic justice today on the 46 anniversary of the assassination of martin luther king jr.. >> this just into the kron4 new is. the economy has now added 192,000 jobs in march. that means that the unemployment rate is
unchanged at 6.7%. >> coming up on kron 4 news a local olympians are at the white house. we will hear what the president has to say. >> wrigley field is 100 years old. how the clubs are celebrating. >> a couple trapped in their car and was or is flooded streets. we will have the story of their rescue coming up.
first lady hosted members of the 2014 olympic and paralympic teams up the white house lawn yesterday. one of those attendees was bay area's own polina edmunds. to see her at the vet to reveal her instagram post. the 15 your offers better made her first olympic debut at this year's winter games and sochi. what she did not win a medal, she did seem to bond with her teammates as a reunited on the white house lawn. >> i suspect that a lot of you may come back even four years after that. >> more than 200 members of the team were in attendance. 78 of them did win medals.
>> welcome back. the time is 5:44 a.m.. there is heavier rain in the north bay that is affecting some of the commute. you can see there is a band of moderate rain that is pushing out. it is still concentrated in concord in livermore. take a look at the top of the screen. this indicates that rain is falling at a rate of about a half an inch an hour. this is west of milpitas. as we turn the attention to the east, danville, san ramon r. dillon a moderate rain. it
is lighting up for those of you leaving on the creek. the peninsula it is dry. heavy iran has since across the dumbarton, san mateo bridge. as we take a look at the north bay, it is dryer in sausalito. >> the good news is that the showers are tapering off but if you're given a later start you do not have too much to worry about. future cast 4 is highlighted the 6:00 a.m. hour. most of the rand has pushed out, we do have more energy off the coast. the showers are starting to become an little bit more isolated. partial clearing is expected, here's a look to try highs, mountain view will be as 64 and 62 for fremont. verisimilar for the east bay. walnut creek will be as 61 as we turn the attention to the cole's, upper 50s for ocean beach in daly city.
>> your 7 their round of bay shows that iran is going to move out and was see springlike conditions for saturday and sunday. take a look at next week, monday through wednesday we're talking about the possibility of 80s. we still have several changes and the upcoming days but for now let's take a look at road. >> we are still monitoring a pretty good ride. the bay bridge toll plaza has traffic is starting to back up in the cash lanes. in the center lane which is fasttrack are still wide open. the trip to the san rafael has not slowed down in the drive time is still a 11 to 12 minutes. the trip to the richmond san rafael, it is easy as you head west
towards more ran with no delays or backups. >> but that in the drive time on the east shore freeway, it is still just 12 minutes because we have not seen traffic backup, north through san ramon, this of 680 ride is still 16 to 70 minutes. west fighting does have slowing but not as much as usual. south bay freeway is looking great at blossom hill and 85. so was the ride through marin. no delays for southbound 101. >> a boy in san diego gave microsoft a run for their money, by outsmarting x box security measures. michael chen reports. the >> this is a vulnerability
there was uncovered by five- year roll. he was plan has x boxed. his fee does not touch the ground. >> his words are hard to understand it was something he just did. >> i was like man. >> he sent a message. just after christmas, his parents notice that he was long been known to the account emplane games that he was not suppose to. >> i knew he was, find out. >> his dad asked how he was doing it. >> suddenly, he showed his father when he tied a bed password and went to a verifications' claim. by typing in this, he hit answer, a back door in. >> his father works as commuterin computers was prague
>> hall also miss that. >> this is not the first time he's done this. the gap he cell phone. by holding down a key and four years later-- father and son of reported to microsoft. >> microsoft came out with a six. this is a security researcher, when he read it, this happened. >> the kid is cute. they just push every button. >> it is a big day for baseball. today the chicago cubs are celebrating 100 years it really felt. wrigley opened on april
23rd, 1914 on chicago's north side. it is a home team that had a different name, 2--the chicago federal's. the park cost too much as $50,000 to build back then, and said only 14 a thousand fans. cubs players will wear special throwback jerseys for some of the games this season. >> it is want to be a busy evening at the oakland coliseum. both the oakland a's and the warriors' will be playing home games. tonight's game starts at 7:00 p.m.. the peak of friday night rush hour in you may want to think about taking bart's. this is what is going on tonight. as 7 05 p.m. tonight, oakland a's and the seattle mariners get things started. then as 7:30 p.m. warriors' tipoff
against the sacramento kings. the good news for the tell getting crowd, the parking lot will be open at 3:00 p.m.. >> last night to a few extra innings. coco crisp was finally able to put the mariners a way. crisp, kohl's corp. the time wrong with two adults in the eighth inning, hit a home run off seattle reliever hector noesi for. the ball landed just above the out of town scoreboard in right field. yoenis cespedes and sam fuld also drove in runs for oakland. the says that's
that's the oakland a's pitcher of the night, or one scoreless inning for the wind. >> angel pagan hit a three run home run in san francisco's 518 innings and the giants rallied to beat arizona 8-5 on thursday in a game that was halted briefly in the top of the first due to a swarm of bees in the outfield. maligne >> sports night live is back! sunday nights at 9:00 p.m.. gary radnich will have extended highlights from the giants, a's, warriors' and more. also, a new segment
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>> a few hours from now a bay area marine will be laid arresto rest. >> there is new information this morning 0on ivan lopez. the american soldier who shot and killed three people in texas military base. >> rain makes a mother returned to the bay area this morning. will it affect your weekend plans? >> here is video to show you what a way that has been coming down in fremont. we will find out if the will affect your weekend. >> there are no words and terms of rain fall but we do have to get through